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New York Times

Live Updates: Trump-Putin Meeting Starts in Helsinki
New York Times
Right Now President Trump and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia are meeting at a presidential palace in Helsinki, Finland, for their first summit. Mr. Trump and Mr. Putin began one-on-one talks on Monday at an exceptionally awkward time, just days ...
The Daily 202: GOP senators downplaying Russian interference shows how Trump has co-opted the partyWashington Post
Helsinki summit between Trump and Putin runs longCNN
Trump and Putin meet one-on-one for more than two
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Washington Post

The Midwest eases its Trump swoon and flirts again with Democratic candidates
Washington Post
NEW ALBANY, Ohio — Troy Balderson, the Republican candidate for Congress, wanted to make one thing clear: He would not support President Trump on everything. He would “not ever support separating families” to control immigration. He was not yet sold ...
The Right Way to Lose the Kavanaugh FightNew York Times
I'm running for Senate as a Republican. My Democrat parents are so furious they're backing my opponentFox News
Anthea Butler Democrats will lose in 2018 if they don't shut up about civility and shout about our democracy
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Why your Amazon Prime membership may not be worth the price
One hundred million people have signed up for Amazon's Prime subscription service. The company recently raised the price to $119 a year. The service offers customers free expedited shipping, music and movie streaming, along with a bunch of other ...
Amazon admits Prime Day deals not necessarily the cheapestBBC News
Prime time: A day of deals at Amazon, and at its rivalsChicago Tribune
Amazon extending deals on Prime DayKABC-TV

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Washington Post

After 30 years, police say they've captured a child-killer who left a sickening trail of taunts
Washington Post
The message was slashed onto the weather-beaten planks of a barn in the empty farmland not far from where the girl's body had been found. Police in northern Indiana stared at the jerky handwritten scrawl in May 1990, realizing this was the most ...
Arrest made in notorious April Tinsley cold caseWANE
DNA evidence credited for arrest in April Tinsley's 1988 killingIndianapolis Star
Indiana child killer who taunted police featured on Investigation DiscoveryIndianapolis Star
Investigation Discovery
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The Supreme Court Doesn't Need 9 Justices. It Needs 27
Justice Kennedy's retirement has prompted a chorus of cries by Democrats to resuscitate a seemingly unlikely idea: “packing” the Supreme Court. For would-be packers, expanding the court from nine to 11 justices, if and when the Democrats take back ...
Gun control advocates are hyperventilating over Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nominationThe Hill
The Supreme Court Has Been Making PolicyNational Review
Comments by former clerks may backfire on Trump's high court pickReuters
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Immigrant children: Federal judge orders families separated at border be reunited within 30 days
A federal judge in California has ordered U.S. immigration authorities to reunite separated families on the border within 30 days, describing the Trump administration's handling of the crisis as attempts "to address a chaotic circumstance of the ...

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The Boston Globe

Notable officials, including Robert Kraft, pay respects after Weymouth officer killed
The Boston Globe
Elected officials, notable sports figures, and police departments from across the region offered their condolences on Twitter Sunday after a Weymouth police officer was fatally shot earlier in the day. Officer Michael Chesna, 42, was killed in the line ...
1 police officer killed in Weymouth, Mass., 3 hurt in Kansas City, Mo., in separate shootingsUSA TODAY

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Mnuchin says US will consider some waivers on Iran sanctions
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States wants to avoid disrupting global oil markets as it reimposes sanctions against Tehran and in certain cases will consider waivers for countries which need more time to wind down their oil imports from Iran, U.S. ...
Oil falls 2% below $70 as Treasury says importers may get leeway to buy Iranian crude, despite sanctionsCNBC
Papers stolen in a daring Israeli raid on Tehran archive reveal the extent of Iran's past weapons researchWashington Post

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Washington Post

For Mueller, pushing to finish parts of Russia probe, question of American involvement remains
Washington Post
In a 29-page indictment Friday, special counsel Robert S. Mueller III blamed specific officers in the Russian government for the 2016 hacking of Democrats, answering one of his investigation's central questions while highlighting another he must still ...
Trump Opens His Arms to Russia. His Administration Closes Its Fist.New York Times
The Russia Investigations: 6 Key Insights From The Cyberspy IndictmentNPR
Bitcoin, malware and 'spearphishing' helped Russian agents hack Democratic Party computers in 2016 electionLos Angeles Times
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Angered By Attack, Mob Slaughters Hundreds Of Crocodiles In Indonesia
A mob in Indonesia has slaughtered nearly 300 crocodiles at a wildlife sanctuary in retaliation for a local man who was reportedly killed by one of the reptiles. The incident occurred in Sorong, on the far western tip of West Papua province. According ...
Mob in Indonesia slaughters 300 crocodiles in revenge killingCNN

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